Skeena Salmon Conservation Unit Snapshots
Conservation Unit (CU) Snapshots are short graphical reports that summarize key information about the state of a distinct salmon population (or CU) and its habitat.
This project developed snapshots for every CU in the Skeena watershed. Snapshots include information on both biological status (e.g., abundance trends) and habitat status (e.g., development pressures).
Snapshots are intended to serve as reference documents to support discussions about the state of Skeena salmon and their habitat, as well as priorities and approaches for their conservation and management. More generally, the snapshots aim to make information on the state of Skeena salmon available to a broad audience.
Snapshots for individual Skeena salmon CUs
- Chinook: Ecstall Kalum (Early), Kalum (Late), Lakelse, Lower Skeena, Middle Skeena Large Lakes, Middle Skeena Mainstem Tributaries, Sicintine, Skeena Estuary, Upper Bulkley, Upper Skeena, Zymoetz
- Chum: Lower Skeena, Middle Skeena, Skeena Estuary, Upper Skeena
- Coho: Lower Skeena, Middle Skeena, Skeena Estuary, Upper Skeena
- Pink: Lower Skeena (Odd), Middle/Upper Skeena (Even), Middle/Upper Skeena (Odd), Nass/Skeena Estuary (Even), Nass/Skeena Estuary (Odd)
- Sockeye (Lake-Type): Alastair, Asitika, Azuklotz, Babine (enhanced), Babine/Onerka, Bear, Bulkley/Maxan, Damshilgwit, Ecstall/Lower, Footsore/Hodder, Gitanyow (Kitwanga/Kitwancool), Johanson, Johnston, Kitsumkalum, Kluatantan, Kluayaz, Lakelse, Mcdonell/Aldrich/Dennis, Morice/Atna, Motase, Nilkitkwa, Sicintine, Slamgeesh, Spawning, Stephens, Sustut, Swan/Club, Tahlo/Morrison
- Sockeye (River-Type): Skeena River, Skeena River High Interior
- Or download all snapshots at once as a single (VERY LARGE!) pdf file.
- A full report describing the project's methodology and results.
March 2013 through December 2013